Cost & Royalty Publishing Manager Salary in Colorado - State Average

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Average Salary for Cost & Royalty Publishing Manager in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Cost & Royalty Publishing Manager in Colorado - State Average is $86,389.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Cost & Royalty Publishing Manager in Colorado - State Average is $41.53.

The average bonus of a(n) Cost & Royalty Publishing Manager in Colorado - State Average is $5,831.00.

Job Description:

Manages all accounting and recordkeeping activities associated with the organization's publishing royalty licensing activities including the recognition of royalty revenues, collection of royalty reports, administration of contracts, and administration of subsidy and incentive programs. Manages the recording and payment of all publishing royalty contracts as well as license fee payments. Reviews and analyzes royalty reports and payments in conjunction with the Royalty Accounting and Finance groups and corresponds with licensees/licensors on royalty and other matters, as appropriate, to ensure compliance. Works directly with and responds to business units, editorial groups, Legal Department, Contracts Department, authors, agents, and other groups both inside and outside the company in order to discuss service levels, resolve any issues, educate on royalty procedures, and promote a positive image of the Royalty Department. Anticipates royalty issues and develops strategies to address those issues. Documents revenue recognition for each royalty contract, and maintains royalty contract database. Coordinates royalty payment runs and related royalty journal entries. Ensures that all author questions are answered in a timely manner and verifies and answers questions related to royalty payment tax filings. Prepares manual license fee statements and book club distribution. Analyzes royalty advance accounts. Interacts directly with authors and Editorial Departments. Evaluates, recommends, and assists in implementing process improvements for the department. Provides functional expertise as needed, i.e., on the business, royalty system, and operations. May interact with authors or their representatives. Less

Manages all accounting and recordkeeping activities associated with the organization's publishing royalty licensing activities including the recognition of royalty revenues, collection of royalty reports, administration of contracts, and administration of subsidy and incentive programs. Manages the recording and payment of... More

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